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State Of Franklin Capital Building, Greeneville Tennessee


State Of Franklin Capital Building, Greeneville Tennessee


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What Happened To The State of Franklin?


In the late 18th century, the residents of a territory just west of North Carolina petitioned to become the 14th American state and was to be called Franklin.
 

The State of Franklin


The State of Franklin was a proposed state that comprised western settlers of North Carolina and Virginia who were dissatisfied with the eastern governments.
 

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Learn about the 14th state, FRANKLIN! You don't remember Franklin on your US History exams... Why not?
 

US 1 State of Franklin and Washington to Jefferson


 

The Mysterious Lost State of Franklin


Airs Tuesday, February 5th at 10:30pm on PBS 6.
 

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Tall Tales #01 The Lost State Of Franklin 09 29 53


 

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The Making of the Mysterious Lost State of Franklin


What goes into making a historical documentary? Find out here!
 

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Scott, Tyler, Jeremy and Dennie perform one of the songs Scott has written. The gig was at Hollywood Gardens, Saturday, 09/25/10.
 

Lost State of Franklin perform on the Gerry Quinn Irish Radio Show


Lost State of Franklin.
 

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The Lost State of Franklin


The Lost State of Franklin live at the FIMU.
 

Lost State of Franklin


Playing at Yorktown Lanes. This guy plays a mean trumpet.
 

Lost State of Franklin


New Years Eve 2011 Akron.
 

Lost State of Franklin


Celtic Show in Painesville.
 

Lost State of Franklin -- Stars


The sixth song of their set at the Beachland Tavern in Cleveland, Ohio, where Scott, Tyler and Chris appeared with Chuck Mead & His Grassy Knoll Boys on ...
 

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August 23rd: The State of Franklin | U.S. Money Reserve


OnThisDay in 1784, the state of Franklin, located on the eastern edge of current day Tennessee, declare its independence from the United States. The state of ...
 

State Of Franklin House' Greeneville Tennessee


 

Downtown@Dusk State of Franklin


The Akron Art Museum in downtown Akron opened its annual free summer concert series June 20. Opening the season was Lost State of Franklin.
 

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Interstate 26 at State of Franklin closed


Interstate 26 at State of Franklin closed.
 

Tall Tales - The Lost State Of Franklin (September 29, 1953)


Just because a story gets labeled as a Tall Tale does not necessarily mean that it is a myth or legend. The stories used on the WSM series Tall Tales were ...
 

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The first track from their fine cd, Quarter to Lonely, performed here at the Beachland Ballroom in Cleveland on Saturday, December 6, 2008, opening for Seven ...
 

Lost State of Franklin -- Credits


This track from their 2007 release, Quarter to Lonely, was the last song of their set at the Beachland Tavern in Cleveland, Ohio, where Lost State of Franklin ...
 

Open Land on State of Franklin


Open Land on State of Franklin.
 

Digging up state of Franklin on Sunday


Yes time and a half.
 

5-vehicle crash on I-26 near State of Franklin exit


5-vehicle crash on I-26 near State of Franklin exit.
 

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Left? Right? Does it really matter any more???
 

Lost State of Franklin -- Quarter to Lonely


The title track from their 2007 release was the third song of their set at the Beachland Tavern in Cleveland, Ohio, where Lost State of Franklin appeared with The ...
 

Lost State of Franklin--Clint Eastwood


The opening track from their 2007 release, Quarter To Lonely, performed with some assistance from the audience (and at one point with lead singer Scott ...
 




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